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. police now say one of their own was seen smashing that suv. >>> our nbc news investigation, one of the deadliest epidemics in the world. and the accusations, the u.n. is now to blame. tonight, dr. nancy snyderman has the report. >>> and getting more dads involved in school. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. the president and the speaker of the house fought back and forth verbally today. day eight of the government shutdown. mean chooil, all kinds of people are getting cheated out of salaries, benefits, medical treatment. and now we have learned of what may be the ultimate indignity, having to do with those that fought and died for this country. in the middle of the shutdown, the sad word that five americans were killed in afghanistan, but because of the shutdown, those 5 and 12 others killed in action since october 1st will not get the death benefit that their families are supposed to be guaranteed. we have two reports on this tonight, beginning with nbc's andrea mitchell who broke the story this morning, and is here with us in the studio tonight. andrea, good evening
>>> on our broadcast tonight, shock waves from our nbc news poll numbers. the anger from the voters now having an impact on what's happening in washington where at least they're talking tonight as we head into another weekend. >>> command and control. two of the top military men in charge of this nation's nuclear weapons have been fired within a week of each other. >>> the all-out search for a boy with autism who cannot speak. missing now for a week. proving impossible to find so far in the nation's largest city. >>> and making a difference in the classroom and far beyond. tonight, a special thanks to america's classroom teachers. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. while it's too early yet to report real progress or any kind of real movement, it does appear that the anger of the american public might just force the hands of some of the holdouts in washington. the numbers in the nbc news poll we broadcast last night show the government shutdown have caused real damage and most respondents put the blame on the republicans in congress. and today we started hearing the very fi
there are kidnapped. "nightly news" begins now. >> announcer: from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is nbc nightly ne"nbc nigh lester holt. >>> another day of lots of talk and no action. what we have sadly come to expect from our leaders 13 days after they allowed much of the u.s. government to run aground. the pain the shut down inflicted on americans isn't enough, in 72 hours it will go from bad to worse. it's when the debt ceiling expires. 80 times since 1960 the congress has raised the limit without drama. contrary to what some may think, raising the debt ceiling doesn't give authority to take on new spending, only to pay bills it already has. like social security, military pay and veterans benefits. paying those bills is expected to burn through the cash on hand at the end of the month leaving the u.s. the first time ever in default. what are the white house and congress doing to avoid it? we start with kelly o'donnell on capitol hill where frustration spilled in to the streets for a time today. >> reporter: sure did, lester. with the dire consequences days away, tonight
that their families are supposed to be guaranteed. we have two reports on this tonight, beginning with nbc news andrea mitchell who broke the story this morning and is here in the studio with us this evening. >> good evening, brian, we talked about the human toll of the shutdown for eight days, but amid all this pain, the fact that the families of troops killed in afghanistan are not getting their death benefits, that is truly gut-wrenching. 12 years since the war in afghanistan, far from the furloughs and fighting in washington, these u.s. troops have the most dangerous jobs in government. marine lance corporal collins was on patrol when he was killed. he was only 19 years old. >> it is hard knowing i won't get the phone call, and he is like, i love you mom. >> reporter: in milwaukee, as mother, shannon, grieves her loss, she and the families of 16 other service members killed since october first will not get their death benefits, $136,000 usually paid within hours of the death, transportation and funeral costs, to delaware, for the dignified burial. >> while that may not be urgent for some, but the
now. >>> from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is nbc nightly news with brian williams. >>> good evening. this government shutdown is now in its ninth day. and after our report last night, the death benefits have been cut off for the military families of americans killed in action overseas. both sides politically vowed to fix it. a lot of lawmakers went in front of microphones and talked about how denorable this was. today the solution they've come up with is a charity, a well-known, well respected charity for vets and their families called the fisher house foundation. they will step in and do what the government is supposed to do. this was hammered out as the bodies of the fallen arrived back at dover air force base today. we begin with andrea mitchell. she's with us tonight from dover. good evening. >> reporter: good evening. the denial of benefits was so outrageous and caused such an outcry that the white house was scrambling for a fix. the agreement came after the families had already traveled to the air force base. flown home from afghan, received in silence, punk
? tonight our new nbc news poll is out and the answer is clear. >>> also, insult to injury. after the uproar over military death benefits, now there's this. millions of veterans and their families in danger of not getting the pensions and disability payments they were promised. >>> pride and prejudice. is a famous nfl team going to be forced to change its name. >>> and scott carpenter has died and of the original mercury 7, only one survives. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. after ten days of this, when you ask americans what they think of this government shutdown or better yet what they think of their government, they will tell you and they won't hold back. and they have told us rather decidedly who they blame for it. in fact, our pollsters tell us it's among the most forceful responses to any of our nbc news polls in recent memory. americans are in a dark mood about the state of our country. close to eight in ten people, 78% say we're headed in the wrong direction. and elected officials are facing a lot of heat back home. 60% of respondents on our poll said they would throw out
? tonight our new nbc news poll is out and the answer is clear. >>> also insult to injury. after the uproar over military death benefits now there is this -- millions of veterans and their families in danger of not getting the pensions and disability payments they were promised. >>> pride and prejudice. is a famous nfl team going to be forced to change its name? tonight the trouble with the redskins. >>> farewell the to an american original. scott carpenter died. of the original mercury vii, only one survives. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. after ten days of this, when you asked americans what they think of the government shutdown or, better yet, what they think of their government they will tell you and they won't hold back. they have told us rather decidedly who they blame for it. in fact, our pollsters tell us it is among the most forceful responses to any of our nbc news polls in recent memory. americans are in a dark mood b about the state of our country. close to 8 in 10, 78% say we are headed in the wrong direction. elected officials are facing a ton of anger back home.
of congress. nbc news chief white house correspondent, chuck todd, has more on the nbc news/"wall street journal" numbers for us. >> reporter: in our "wall street journal"al poll 65% believe the government shutdown is doing quite a bit of harm on the economy. one in three says it has directly impacted their own lives. politicly republicans are the losers by a 53-31 margin more groups claim republicans than the president. 70% believe they are putting their own political agenda ahead of what is good for the country. just 51% say the same thing of president obama. the political damage to the gop brand doesn't end there. 53% have a negative view in the survey of the party. the worst rating for republicans in the poll's 25-year history. and that's giving democrats a boost. they lead the gop by eight points on the question of which party should control congress. their largest lead since 2009. >> nbc's chuck todd reporting for us. >> the shutdown is approaching the third week as we count it. there was cautious optimism by lawmakers after weeks of icy receptions relations are starting to fall. n
into the picture. >> we could use it. thanks for joining us. nbc nightly news with brian williams is next. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >>> on our broadcast tonight, shockwaves from the nbc poll numbers on the shutdown. the anger from the voters having an impact on what's happening in washington where at least they are talking tonight as we head into another weekend. >>> command and control. two of the top military men in charge of this nation's nuclear weapons have been fired within a week of each other. >>> the all-out search for a boy with autism who cannot speak. missing for a week. proving impossible to find in the nation's largest city. >>> and making a difference in the classroom and far beyond. tonight, special thanks to america's classroom teachers. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. while it's too early yet to report real progress or any kind of real movement, it does appear the anger of the american public might just force the hands of some of the holdouts in washington. the
, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with lester holt and erica hill live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and welcome to "today" on this sunday morning. i'm erica hill. >> i'm lester holt alongside dylan dreyer and craig melvin in for jenna. today's top story, the government shutdown is now 13 days old. >> that's not all at this point. we're now just four days away from the country starting to run out of money to pay its bills. >> still there is no deal on either crisis and no sense this morning that lawmakers are any closer to reaching an agreement. kristen welker is at the white house to tell us more. kristen, good morning. >> reporter: lester, good morning. any hopes for a deal now rest with the senate where leaders will be back at the negotiating table today. with the markets set to open tomorrow, everyone from economists to average americans are hoping that progress comes soon. it's day 13 of the government shutdown and the public's patients with washington has just about run out. >> enough is enough. we need to stop all this craziness. >> reporter: the grid
shutdown, some may argue that's exactly what has happened. kevin tibbles, nbc news, hillside, illinois. >>> now to some surprising revelations about the health of former president george w. bush. when news broke this past summer he had received a stent to unclog a blocked artery found during a routine physical exam, a lot of folks wondered openly whether or not he had been overtreated. well, tonight we know the answer is no. nbc news has confirmed a report in "the national journal" that the former president's heart problems were much more serious than previously reported, and he was, quote, very lucky that they caught it when they did. our report tonight from nbc's andrea mitchell. ♪ >> reporter: he was one of our most athletic presidents, working out in the white house gym, jogging. >> sorry you can't join me! >> reporter: mountain biking both in and out of office. just this past memorial day weekend, leading wounded warriors on a 62-mile bike race in the texas heat at his crawford ranch. >> mountain biking is awesome. >> reporter: a month later he was in zambia on an african tour,
, in part, because there is increasing pressure for them to do so. according to our latest nbc news/"wall street journal" poll, a majority of americans are putting the blame squarely on republicans for this mess, so that party really feeling the heat. on friday, president obama met with senate republicans here at the white house. he also spoke with house speaker john boehner on the phone. now friday, the house had put forward a plan that would have extended the nation's borrowing limit what we call the debt ceiling and it is set to expire in five days. the president said, look, it's a good thing we are talking and moving toward progress but that deal would have only been six weeks. so the president said not good enough. he wants a longer deal. it now seems like a longer deal is coming together. may ask the president for some concessions like scaling back one of the taxes associated with his health care plan. in his weekly address, the president tried to harness the anger and call for action. >> let's get a budget and put people back to work and end this government shutdown. let's pa
smith, nbc bay area news. >> for more information you can visit our website, nbcbayarea.com. at the top of the page you'll find a tab called bart strike resources. that has all the information you need to get you through a potentially frustrating day and week. if the bart strike does happen start 30 minutes earlier at 4:00 to help you get through the expected traffic mess. >>> if you were counting on using a c transit to get around, you might be out of luck come thursday. the union representing more than 1,800 bus drivers, mechanics, dispatchers, and other workers issued a 72-hour strike notice yesterday. they will walk off the job at 12:01 this thursday morning if an agreement is not reached. workers are looking for better pay, and it's the proposal to increase their health care contributions by about $50 a month that has many upset. >> i would like to see an agreement that our members feel comfortable ratifying and that place where they feel that they're being respected and their work is being valued. >> about 100,000 people use ac transit daily, and just an hour ago ac transit's boar
the federal reserve in a hundred years. rehema ellis, nbc news, new york. >>> still ahead for us here tonight, a warning about an outbreak that has sickened hundreds of people across 17 different states. in the middle of the shutdown, the feds are having trouble tracking it because of the government shutdown. later, making a difference. the amazing effort tonight to re build and remember. rd to breath. but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now i can help make this a great block party. ♪ [ male announcer ] advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications, advair contains both an anti-inflammatory and a long-acting bronchodilator working together to help improve your lung function all day. advair won't replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms and should not be used more than twice a day. people with copd taking advair may have a higher chance of pneumonia. advair may increase your risk of osteoporosis and some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking advair. ask your docto
pay and veterans benefits. nbc news's chief white house correspondent chuck todd. >>> well, what a complete wasted weekend of the leaders. it was amazing how things had been moving starting thursday night into friday. you had another meeting of senate republicans and the president. you had some back and forth and it looked like things were moving along. they even had a schedule of meetings, harry reid, mitch mcconnell. all of a sudden it came to a halt. harry reid's ceiling emboldened by the numbers punishing the poll. particularly in our poll. and how the republicans are essentially walking away. we have path one, this negotiation going on in the senate. maybe they come up with an agreement that gets us through january. path two, if that fails, is the house caving in at the last minute and passing just a six six-week extension and we'll do this all again a couple weeks from thanksgiving. >> nbc's tracie potts is live in washington. can lawmakers reach a deal in the next few days, that is the question. >> it is a question. chuck talked about path one, two and three. with the gove
flights were delayed. law enforcement sources tell nbc news they do not believe there's a terrorism leak and that it may be just a prank. late sunday another dry ice bomb exploded in a restricted area employee bathroom. fbi investigations are under way in both of those. >>> a wanted al qaeda suspect is expected in a u.s. court in new york today. abu al libi who worked closely with osama bin laden arrived on u.s. soil saturday where he was formally arrested. he had been held a u.s. warship and interrogated since his capture in libya earlier this month. al libi is one of nearly three dozen men under indictment for the 1998 bombings of the u.s. embassies in kenya and tanzania. of those, nine are in custody right now. eight have been killed. three remain at large, and one died awaiting trial. today the 49-year-old will go before a federal judge ahead of his trial. >>> the nsa is reportedly poring through millions of contact lists from around the world. "the washington post" reporting it intercepted hundreds of thousands of e-mail address books every day from private accounts. in fact, during
the lives of americans. chuck todd, nbc news, the white house. >>> this is john yang in covington, kentucky. >> thank you. >> reporter: where about 90% of skyline chili's workers come from irs workers. >> lunchtime now. >> and we have four tables. >> what would it normally be like? >> packed house. >> reporter: sharita earns $2.13 an hour plus tips. on a good day she used to take home $100. >> it was pretty rough last week. it was really, really rough. i had a day where i made like $9 total. >> reporter: that's barely enough to support her children, ages seven and eleven. >> i'm not making tips then i i'm not making bill money. >> reporter: the shutdown is hitting hard in covington where about 5,000 people work for the irs. nationwide 90% of the agency's workforce is furloughed. steve stevens is president of the northern kentucky chamber of commerce. >> sooner or later somebody has to blink. we have to get a resolve to this issue. because it affects real people and real businesses. >> reporter: goldman sachs estimates the shutdown is costing the economy $225 million a day. that's more than
. at the lowest number ever recorded in the wall street journal-nbc news poll. 78% of people blame the republican congressional lawmakers. there is no place for them to go. it is not that democrats get high marks. it is just republicans have no place to go. we are talking about capitulation. is there a sense of grace and political cover you can get to the other side so it is not total humiliation? ? >> i think i disagree with my colleague on who has the responsibility for the debt ceiling limits. it is not just the president's responsibility. it is congress's responsibility. they are the ones who have to take the action. if they fail to do so, they will take the blame. they have the capacity to do it. they have the authority to do it. they have the response of the lodi to do it -- they have the responsibility to do it. and if they hold a gun to the head of the president, they will take the heat. >> any prediction about the possible and to this impasse, nina? >> i do not have any projections . at least we are moving. is veryatch, there little discussion about obamacare and getting rid of obamacare
are handing it to strangers. >> nbc news. >> start planning your thanksgiving travels now and be prepared to shell out more. according to travelocity, the average domestic round-trip will be about $415 including tax, up nearly seven percent from last year. and starting today, every day you wait to book him a you should expect your price to increase by five dollars. and if you need an afternoon kick, you could get it for free if you buy it -- buy a cup of joe for somebody else. star bucks is giving a free cup of coffee to those who pay it forward, saying that lawmakers should learn by example. consumers should connect with one another even as we wait for our elected officials to do the same for the country. the coffee giant is offering a free tall brewed coffee on the promotion today through friday. the bank will not take over men's wearhouse, at least not yet. in the last few hours, the men's wearhouse rejected a 3.2 million dollar takeover bid, calling it highly opportunistic. executives said it would likely draw antitrust strewed -- scrutiny. payph a bank had offered to 36% above its cl
, sunday, ost 13th, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today." with lester holt, and erica hill, live, from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and welcome to "today" on this sunday morning. i'm erica hill. >> and i'm lester hill. and we want to get right to today's top story, the government shutdown is now 13 days old. >> of course, that's not all at this point. we're now just four days away from the country starting to run out of money to pay its wills. >> still, there is no deal, and no sense this morning that lawmakers are any closer to reaching an agreement. kristen welker is at the white house to tell us more. kristen, good morning. >> reporter: lester, good morning. any hopes for a deal rests with the senate where negotiators will be back at the negotiating table today. with the markets set to open tomorrow, everyone from economists to average americans are hoping that progress comes soon. it's day 13 of the government shutdown, and the public's patience with washington has just about run out. >> enough is enough. we need to stop all of this craziness. >> reporter: the gr
, "amazing grace." ♪ >> joining me now, nbc news capitol hill correspondent luke russert. luke, they had to turn to a hymn in hopes of sealing some type of deal here. in reality, i heard people say that the white house is optimistic. but where are they getting the optimism from, luke? >> reporter: divine intervention, i don't know at this moment. it has been a fascinating day with a ton of developments and reset it for the viewers. this morning the house gop conference meeting, the discussion between mcconnell and reid plan that leaked out, that plan was resoundly rejected by the house republican conference. they then pushed their own plan, which you mentioned in the graphics. from what we learned from that meeting, that plan that eric cantor and john boehner put together was not conservative enough. members within the meeting stood up and said one of the things we do not like here is that while our plan cuts off the federal benefits for health care premiums for those who are members of congress and vice president or cabinet members or the president, it doesn't do that to staffers. we wa
's the best part. in the nbc news poll -- msnbc policy analyst ezra klein. joining me now, senior adviser for communications and strategy. david, i was in the first two days, it's two weeks into a law that's going to roll out and people have until january then march to sign up on these exchanges. i'm not predicting that obama care's a failure or anything like that, but can we agree that the first two weeks of the rollout have been bad? it's been a disaster. >> so, chris, i think what we can agree on is that we would have preferred that these first 11 days would have been a much smoother process for folks going through and it hasn't been. it's not acceptable and from the get go, 8.6 million folks, visitors, came in in the first 72 hours and overloaded the system. president was very, very clear. identify the problem. isolate it. fix it and work through it and that's what our folks have been doing 24/7 and i can report to you folks are getting through it. people are getting insurance and 11 days down, 171 left to go, but absolutely. we said from the beginning there were going to be glitches
for joining us. >> nbc nightly news and brian williams coming next. >> see you back here at 11. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >>> on our broadcast tonight, danger zone for the u.s. economy as this dead lock in washington now threatens to pull it down. there are questions about the u.s. credit rating with just over a day to go now until the deadline. >>> outrage over the events that led a young girl to take her own life. and who the local sheriff is blaming for her suicide. tonight, a wake-up call for all parents. >>> acts of bravery, caught in an ambush, caught on camera, an american hero who led his team through grave danger as tonight his team receives the highest military honor in the land. >>> and making a difference, a great story of a coach who is teaching students what caring really means. nightly news begins now. >>> good evening, this was to be expected as the hour nears, but a major credit agency has put the credit rating of the united states of america on a negative ratings watch. just la
straj gi and look for a way out. bryan moore, nbc news washington. >> and until they find that way out, here in the bay area. the national laboratory is planning to send its employees home without pay. the lab is the leading research centers in nuclear and computer science. about 6,000 people work in the facility in livermore making it the second largest loir in alameda county. about 50 employees involved in security and other essential roles will stay. despite the shutdown, the cliff house is back open. the is historic restaurant is on government land but privately owned and operated. because the sland technically part of the golden gate national parks, it was fostered to close on october 3rd. but today it's back open and this time we're told for good with permission from the federal government. >>> not related to the government shutdown, some people here in california and across the country are unable to buy food because of a computer glitch. low income people who use cards to buy their food found out this morning that the cards weren't working. the company says it is notifying retai
, nbc bay area news. >> it's like deja vu. thanks so much. >>> nbc bay area.com is your source for all the latest information on a potential bart strike. our web team will update the page with the newest developments throughout the weekend. just look in the upper left-hand corner of the screen. you'll see a link. there you will find updates on road conditions and commute alternatives as well. the usda says over the next three months the two plants in frez mow and one just outside of tracy must continue intensified sampling for the illness causing bacteria. foster farms keep the plants open after the company makes significant changes to fix the problems tied to the outbreak. almost 300 people in 17 states, most in california, have been sickened by salmonella since march. >>> one accused of shooting and killing a young gurl in oakland is expected to be arraigned in court in just a few hours. alleged gang member 27-year-old joseph carol is facing murder charges for the death of 8-year-old alicia carradine. the kwunk girl was at a sleepover at a friend's house back in july when police say
, by the numbers. they are in deep trouble. the results of the latest nbc news "wall street journal" poll shows americans overwhelmingly blame republicans for the government shutdown. you may be wondering tonight, okay, what's in a number. there isn't a politician on the face of the earth that doesn't love to look at a trend or feel good about a number or take something positive out of a poll and build on it. there's a lot to build on here for the republicans, because this is total rejection of their agenda. the american people basically are saying, they reject john boehner. they reject his agenda. his methods, his messaging, his strategy. they reject the fact that the republican party is obstructing operational government. the poll also reveals that americans reject the fringe ideology of the american-day republican party. this tells it all. boehner is famous for saying he knows where the american people are, and what they want. >> the american people want us to build the keystone pipeline. the american people want us to cut spending. >> this law is driving up the cost of health care and makin
bruising as new nbc poll shows republicans at an all time low. senator ted cruz the most c conservative in the party. cruz is among a group of senators at the white house meeting with the president in negotiations over the government shutdown and the debt ceiling. plus, the desperate search for an aus autistic boy missing more than a week after running out of school with no one at the school noticing. actress holly robinson peete, the mother of an autistic child why join us live. >>> outrage, the girl shot by the taliban is not awarded the peace prize. her reaction is our "news nation" gut check. >> hi, everyone, i'm tamron hall. following new reaction to the meeting between the president and republicans at the white house. senator or rin hatch said the ongoing fight on how to end the government shutdown continues to be a difficult experience. senator mitch mcconnell called the talks useful, also at that big meeting, senator ted cruz who barely an hour before sitting down with the president gave his speech at the values voters summit, a gathering of conservative activists,
came forward three days after the incident but law enforcement officials tell nbc news that he first told them he never got involved in the altercation but when new video surfaced showing his actual role in the attack, sources say police officials felt duped. the bikers had no idea as the confrontation between them grew more intense and more violent a new york city undercover detective was there the whole time. moments after a biker attacked alexian lien's driver's side window with his helmet, new video shows that the detective joined in and smashed the suv's rear window. police sources say he took off on his bike and lien was pulled from the car and did not take part in the beating. the 32-year-old police officer faces charges of riot and criminal mischief. his undercover operation that the nypd describes as deeply sensitive is over. even before the new video was uncovered, the head of the new york detectives union had concerns that it took three days for the detective to come forward and admit he was there. >> why did it take him so long to step up? >> well, i don't know that but t
devastating the shutdown has been for them politically. in our new nbc news "wall street journal" poll, majority of americans blame shutdown on congressional republicans. that's only the start of warning signals for tea party conservatives including headliners meeting here in washington. joining me now chris cillizza, msnbc contributor and host of in play. editor mark murray and "usa today" washington bureau chief susan page. first to you mark, this the poll you have studied and gone through. tell us about the first big signals on how bad this is for republicans. >> those numbers you just mentioned that people are blaming congressional republicans by a 22% margin. andrea, this is the same poll, same questions we used in 1995 and 1996 during this shutdown between bill clinton and newt gingrich. this margin is bigger than 1995, 1996. that is big. of course looking at the republican party being at just 24% in their favorability, that is the lowest point in our survey. so really big warning signs for the republican party. >> and susan page, when we look at the congressional id, that's anot
. at least four flights were delayed. law enforcement sources tell nbc news they do not believe through is a terrorism leak. late sunday another dry ice bomb exploded in an employee bathroom. >>> in new york a wanted al qaeda suspect is expected in an american court today. al libi arrived on u.s. soil saturday where he was arrested. he had been held and interrogated. he is one of nearly three dozen men under indictment for the 1998 bombings of the u.s. embassies of africa. three remain at large and one died awaiting trial. today the 49 year old will go before a federal judge ahead of his trial. >>> the nsa is reportedly pouring through millions of contact lists from around the world. the washington reports it intercepts hundreds of thousands of e-mail address books every day from private accounts you likely use. in fact, during a single day last year here is what the post says the nsa collected 445,000 e-mail address books from yahoo. 105,000 from hot mail and 23,000 from unspecified users. the paper reports the nsa analyzes the contacts to find possible links to terrorism and other cri
meetings somewhere. >> we hope. >> thanks so much. >>> for more on mark and the rest of the nbc news political team, check out fist read on nbc news.com. >>> people in south dakota are dealing with record-breaking snowfall in october. four feet of snow fell in the western part of the state. the weather system buried parts of wyoming and colorado with snow as well. and storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell joins us now. i don't think he's going to tell us we're getting any snow around here. but we are feeling like fall today. >> you bet. the same snow system that dropped the snow out there is responsible for our cooldown here. obviously we won't get that. parts of south dakota, 3 to 4 feet of snow. we haven't seen that kind of snow around here in a long, long time, probably about 3 1/2 year, and there's no snow like that in the immediate future. outside for now we are getting filtered sunshine across the area. temperatures are inching their way into the 60s now. 63 degrees in leesburg, 62 downtown, 60 in fredericksburg right now. a little bit more sunshine getting through in culpepper
. reporting live i'm cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >> we'll be going back to you if anything does break. >>> more details on how to get around if the strike does come down. carpool may be the best option. the hours for h.o.v. lanes will be extended on 880 from san jose to the bay bridge. the portions i-80. >>> b.a.r.t will be offering free round trip bus service from nine east bay stations into san francisco. tickets will be handed out on a first-come, first-serve basis. >>> we have cars, buses and boats. you better pack your patience if there is a strike. san francisco bay ferry will run extra boats from the east bay. during july's b.a.r.t strike this is video from july the ferries transported more than 19,000 commuters each day. that is more than three times the normal daily average. stay with nbc bay area for our complete b.a.r.t coverage throughout the night. if the strike happens expect to ea lot of gridlock for the morning commute. today in the bay will be on at 4:00 a.m. with the latest in news and traffic. >>> there is a b.a.r.t strike resource page on our website. sign up there
smith, nbc bay area news. >> thank you very much. this just into our newsroom. a federal judge in san francisco sending the man known as the on-line drug lord now to new york to face charges. federal agents say ross alrich is the master mind behind the silk road. it sold everything including heroin, lsd, and marijuana. it has since been shut down. federal authorities in new york, they have changed albrick with three felonies related to the operation of this website. police arrest aing man who lived there. sunnyveil police arrested jose on several felony charges just last week. the alleged abuse happening at lynn's child care, just off south wolf road. neighbors telling nbc bay area alandrea is the father of the daycare's owner. investigators are now asking anyone who may have information on this to please come forward in this case. the daycare's license is in good standing with only one mrant and it relates to an aggressive dog. >> store surveillance video. san leandro police arresting charlie johnson from oakland. they say is he the man seen punching that manager right in the head. t
putting up flyers in the east bay. reporting live in san francisco, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >> very difficult for the family and friends. thank you, marianne. the medical examiner released the name of the baby brought to the hospital earlier this week. 7-month-old julian martinez was pronounced dead shortly after he was brought in. they called the death suspicious and then seized the car in which the mom brought julian to the hospital and also searched her home. no additional information has been released. >>> with less than six hours to go, a last second deal to avert a strike is put on the table. all eyes on an offer to union representatives. while we don't know the specifics, the word being bandied about is reasonable. a dramatic change of tone as we mark to the end of the 60-day period tonight. jody hernandez is live. time is of the essence now. >> reporter: time is absolutely of the essence, jessica. now we just got a briefing from a union rep and i'll tell you, he doesn't sound very hopeful at all. he says the two sides were actually closer two nights ago than they ar
great for families who want to spend this weekend going to national treasures. you mentioned nbc news/wall street journal poll. super is low numbers in terms of republicans and the tea party. how much do you think that these numbers played in the president rejecting the six-week a offer? >> well with, i think those numbers, alex, factored heavily in a lot of the developments we have seen over the past 48 hours. i can tell you when the poll came out i was told by one lawmakers on capitol hill that literally that poll was being distributed all around the hill. republicans looked at it. obviously very discouraged by what they saw. you're absolutely right. it allowed the white house to dig in and say this is what we want out of a deal. and also to say, look, we don't want to go through this again in another six weeks based on what we are seeing from the american people. this is not what americans want. so i think you're right. it emboldened the white house. still, i think there is a lot of pressure, alex, on both parties to get something done. it shows republicans bearing the brunt right
tibbles, nbc news, hillside, illinois. >>> now to some surprising revelations about the health of former president george w. bush. when news broke this past summer he had received a stent to unclog a blocked artery found during a routine physical exam, a lot of folks wondered openly whether or not he had been overtreated. well, tonight we know the answer is no. nbc news has confirmed a report in the national journal that the former president's heart problems were much more serious than previously reported, and he was, quote, very lucky that they caught it when they did. our report tonight from nbc's andrea mitchell. >> reporter: he was one of our most athletic presidents, working out in the white house gym, jogging. >> sorry you can't join me! >> reporter: and mountain biking both in and out of office. just this past memorial day weekend, leading wounded warriors on a 62-mile bike race in the texas heat at his crawford ranch. >> mountain biking is awesome. >> reporter: a month later he was in zambia on an african tour, all the while not knowing he was suffering from a silent killer, hear
about in terms of the "wall street journal"/nbc news poll, and it having a solitary effect, not just on republican who is fared very poorly in the poll, but on the actual pollsters who were described today as having their jaws dropped by what they found in the new poll, we've got the details on that poll coming up next, and it is, even for a jaded person who doesn't care about polls, pretty freaking shocking. that's next. "first day of my life" by bright eyes you're not just looking for a house. you're looking for a place for your life to happen. evto earn degrees in mathan stand science.ut but more than half leave their programs. so we're missing out on 450,000 math and science graduates annually. but if we can help students prepare for these subjects we'll have a stronger workforce for our fastest-growing industries. let's invest in our future. join exxonmobil in advancing math and science education. let's solve this. >>> we have found something this week on which our nation can agree. the american people agree that it would be bad for the nation to go totally, catastrophically ban
luke was talking about in terms of the "wall street journal"/nbc news poll, and it having a solitary effect, not just on republican who is fared very poorly in the poll, but on the actual pollsters who were described today as having their jaws dropped by what they found in the new poll, we've got the details on that poll coming up next, and it is, even for a jaded person who doesn't care about polls, pretty freaking shocking. that's next. unr ass people like to pretend a flood [ female ane could never happen to them. and that their homeowners insurance protects them. [ thunder crashes ] it doesn't. stop pretending. only flood insurance covers floods. ♪ visit floodsmart.gov/pretend to learn your risk. >>> we have found something this week on which our nation can agree. the american people agree that it would be bad for the nation to go totally, catastrophically bankrupt all at once, so all of us have to move out of our houses and take up milking goats. the american people agree that is a bad idea for the country as a way forward. in a new poll released just this evening by nbc and t
of dry ice. law enforcement source tell nbc news it appears to have been a prank. they express it's early in the investigation. no injuries were reported. >>> for the second straight year, nearly 58 million americans that received social security are likely to see a small bump in benefit checks come january. according to the analysis by the associated press, an increase of 1.5%, one of the smallest since automatic increases adopted in 1975. this increase is tied to september inflation numbers which have been delayed by the government shutdown. bill karen is here with your columbus day forecast. some folks have the day off. >> some teachers and schools get the day off. much deserved. parades across the country for this columbus day. this outdoor weather looks fantastic on the west coast. friends in alaska saw a big storm go through over sunday. looks like another one behind it. two huge lows. behind the system, getting chilly. alaska 32 your high with snow in the forecast. rain in the forecast for anchorige and further south. chilly air and good size storms moving through alaska today. in
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